Every Monday, Magician Ed Popielarczyk teaches you how to do a magic trick. The recorded videos will post to the Terryville Library Facebook Page at 10am and then can also be found on the Virtual Children’s Department Page of the website.
Bring along a project in progress, projects to share or questions to ask. Newbie knitters welcome. This is not meant to be an instructional class but there will be people there willing to help. Knitalong Group will be meeting inside the Library in the nonfiction section. Vaccinated knitters may take off their masks while seated.
Join Phil Klein, Certified Dog Listener, through Zoom to learn to think like your dog and ‘speak’ the language of canines. Learn the 4 key drivers of canine behavior, including the surprising cause of common issues like anxieties, toileting indoors, excessive barking, aggression, jumping, pulling, destructive chewing, etc. Learn the simple, dog-friendly changes in how […]
This working group of community volunteers and library staff will meet regularly to coordinate development and implementation of a community-based library makerspace. New members welcome to attend. Meetings are held virtually at this time, though when the weather gets warmer, we can consider meeting in-person, outside. ZOOM link: https://zoom.us/j/98324100590?pwd=UXFYNUdURjFiUFg3azZmdmpobUVLQT09
This month Judy Giguere, Town Historian, will meet with us to discuss the Polish settlers of Plymouth. Why did they come here and what was life like for them when they arrived? We will be meeting outside by the Library's picnic tables or inside if the weather is either too hot or too wet. […]
Join us at our 5th Annual Chalk Art Festiville. Chalk and refreshments will be provided to all sidewalk artists. A prize will be awarded in each age category (child, teen, adult). Reserve your sidewalk space by signing up here: https://forms.gle/nkcVotcDz2MZ7hcp6. The event is free.